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TravelPod Member ReviewsPark Regis Concierge Apartments Cremorne
Situated right on main Military Road opposite vintage cinema showing all latest films and above shopping centre. Rooms could do with an update but adequate for a short stay. Ask for room at back of property if you want to avoid road noise.
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Arrived in Sydney from Uluru on Saturday, 7th March to settle into our next abode, Cremorne, on Military Road, before meeting up with Linda and Ernest at a local restaurant. It was great to see them again and we had plenty of Uluru stories to exchange.
On Sunday we took a walk down to Mosman Ferry point and had a pleasant stroll along the …
... country of big things - big portions, big houses, big cars, big novelty tourist attractions [there's big olives, a big rocking horse and a big golden nugget amongst the lesser known big novelty attractions]).
We went for lunch in a big pub (not the biggest in the southern hemisphere but probably not far off - the biggest is a few streets over however - its in the Guinness book of records) and we had a big ...
... back to the Haningtons' place via Chowder Bay. After that, with the mercury pushing the high thirties, we spent much of the rest of the afternoon in the pool. Steph got back from her shift at the restaurant and was good enough to do a little bit of waiting upon us here, bringing ice lollies and cups of tea down the garden. The restaurant where she now works sounds excellent. We must get down there and check it out at some ...
... but snow in Australia - who knew!
Best new skills gained: Where do we start!? We can now prune vines, drive a ute with a dog on our laps, drive a tractor, drive a forklift, hold a chook, tie a hay bail to a ute, clean a horses' hooves (I actually wasn't very good at this), stomping down seaweed, peeling leeches off our legs, thinning apples, tending to a veggie garden, and swimming in shark infested waters and not getting bitten - hooray!
It was pretty amazing to cruise under the Sydney Harbour Bridge. It is such a famous bridge that it felt marvellous to actually go under it.
It took us about 45 minutes to get to where the boat had to come out and about another hour to get back home.
We had had just the most fabulous day. The weather, the company and the experience.
So thank you to everyone again - see you all on Christmas Day :-)